Member Spotlight:  Michele Juliana

Member Spotlight: Michele Juliana

Member Profiles
Michele Juliana is in her second year of membership with Impact100 SJ and what she has found striking is seeing the impact that grants have made on the previous nonprofit winners.  While searching for ways to be more connected to the nonprofit community in the region, Michele read an article about Impact100 in SJ Magazine and was excited to learn more. She was looking to grow her personal philanthropy and wanted to find a network of professional women who shared her values.  Professionally she wanted to learn more about the nonprofits in the area and connect with them as well. Board participation, while satisfying, has limits in the number of professionals with whom you connect. Likewise, the knowledge you gain about nonprofits is specific to the organization whose board you serve on. Impact100…
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Introducing New Monthly Installment Contributions

Introducing New Monthly Installment Contributions

Membership, SJ WOMEN GIVE
Starting immediately, members who make their membership contribution online using a credit or debit card can take advantage of our new monthly installment plan. Choose your payments to be automatically deducted over 2, 3 or 4 months.   We are thrilled to offer this new payment option for those who have requested it. Just start by filling out the 2021 online membership form and hitting "submit." You will be given the option to choose one-time payment or monthly installment payments. Choose your start date for the following options:  4 monthly payments of $287.50  3 monthly payments of $383.33  2 monthly payments of $575.00 The membership contribution of $1,150 must be paid in full by December 15, 2020 to be considered a member for the 2021 grant year.  NOTE: Partial payments are non-refundable. They are charitable contributions for…
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Member Spotlight: Dawn Hunter

Member Spotlight: Dawn Hunter

Member Profiles
Dawn Hunter was introduced to Impact100 SJ in 2019 as part of the team that applied for the $100,000 grant awarded to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland and Salem Counties. Her meeting with grant review committee members left a first great impression.  A few weeks later, she was introduced to leadership council member Angela Venti at a meeting of the Vineland Chamber of Commerce where Dawn is Executive Director. “I was feeling so grateful that Big Brothers Big Sisters was the grant recipient and then I met Angela. It just seemed like more than a coincidence, so I decided to join and give back.”  The $100,000 grant supports Big Brothers Big Sisters’ new program, Mentor 2.0, which pairs ‘Bigs’ with high school students so they can receive guidance about…
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